Definition of roomy
1 : having ample room : spacious
2 of a female mammal : having a large or well-proportioned body suited for breeding
Examples of roomy in a Sentence
a small car that's surprisingly roomy inside
Recent Examples of roomy from the Web
Diners can stay below in the roomy salon, though most take plates back up top in the waning sunlight that is just about the same color now as the Vienna Lager that Kemper and Michael Toomes, operations manager for the brewery, are serving up.
Chevrolet moves its popular Equinox compact crossover into its next generation for 2018, with a roomier interior, lots of new technology and – coming soon –
Example: Do not leave a security checkpoint, or your seat by the boarding gate, without stuffing your phone and charger cord into a roomy pocket.
The high energy and cacophonous, somewhat snug, nature of LouVino’s Highlands outpost is traded in for roomy, wing back chairs and wide booths of the Middletown location.
Most major automakers reported better sales than analysts had estimated for June following a five-month streak of industry declines, with demand for roomier SUVs and pickup trucks doing most of the heavy lifting.
Meanwhile, roomier seats with extra legroom and extra space are sold for higher fares in first class and comfort+ sections.
Written by show creators Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch and directed by longtime Girls director Jesse Peretz, the pilot episode has a shaggy, roomy grace to it.
The sleeve is just roomy enough to also hold an iPad Pro with a Smart Keyboard cover folded over it.
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Definition of roomy for English Language Learners
: having plenty of space or room
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